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    • Three Illegal Aliens Gang-Raped Handicapped Woman In New Jersey
      http://www.illegalaliencrimereport.com/category/murder/

      there needs to be an expedited death penalty process for these shitbags--almost all the people listed here are caught when they try to re-enter the country after killing someone

      I don't even know how that happens

      this one killed a baby via "child abuse" and was apparently out free walking around when she was "re-discovered" by ice at a detention center:

      http://www.illegalaliencrimereport.com/murder/previously-deported-baby-killer-re-arrested-in-south-carolina/

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    • ICE SWEEPING LOS ANGELES - MASS ARRESTS, 122 BUSINESSES TARGETED!
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      I worked at Huntington Park in the early 2000s. There were a couple of ICE roundups that really spooked the people. It was a complete and utter ghost-town. Illegals are very cowardly, many of them we'll run away once they see the deportation is happening. The emboldened and hardened illegals will be more resolute, and they will be easy targets for capture and deportation.
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    • Most immigrants arrested by ICE have prior criminal convictions, a big change from 2009
      Immigrants with past criminal convictions accounted for 74% of all arrests made by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents in fiscal 2017, according to data from the agency. The remainder were classified as "non-criminal" arrestees, including 16% with pending criminal charges and 11% with no known criminal convictions or charges.

      The profile of ICE arrestees has changed considerably in the past eight years: In fiscal 2009, the earliest year with comparable data, immigrants without past criminal convictions accounted for the majority (61%) of those arrested by the agency.

      Overall, the number of ICE arrests decreased sharply during that span, from 297,898 in 2009 (the year President Barack Obama came into office) to 143,470 in 2017 (when President Donald Trump took office). However, last year's total represented a 30% increase from the year before, with most of the increase coming after Trump signed an executive order to step up enforcement.

      While ICE arrests overall rose from 2016 to 2017, arrests for those without prior convictions drove the increase. The number of arrestees without known convictions increased 146% (up more than 22,000 arrests), compared with a 12% rise among those with past criminal convictions (up nearly 11,000). Still, the bulk of those arrested in 2016 and 2017 had prior convictions.

      http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2018/02/15/most-immigrants-arrested-by-ice-have-prior-criminal-convictions-a-big-change-from-2009/

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    • > 02/15/2018 06:31 PM : .
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    • George W. Bush on Immigration
      This ^^^^^

      Less than 1% of illegals in the US work in agriculture in any form.

      Globalist scum like him always mix illegal immigration with legal.

      We are a nation of immigrants but they were legal and you didn't get any govt help.

      Remove the birthright citizenship. You should not be able to break the law and then take advantage of the law. We have a social safety net and the large scale illegal immigration is breaking it. What they don't tell you is they are using your social security payments to pay for it. This isn't Archie Bunker style mentality it is just the truth.

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    • Immigrant groups accuse Democrats of betraying Dreamers
      I don't put much credence in the "6D Chess" that a lot of posters talk about here.

      But the political Jujitsu that Trump pulled on DACA was pretty astounding.

      He blocked a democratic bill, presented one of his own that offers a path to citizenship to even more of them, and put them in the position of having to try to stop it.

      That's a pretty damned impressive bit of politicking, you gotta admit it.
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    • Omaha Woman Catches Illegal Alien Raping Her 10-Year-Old Daughter
      An Omaha man is accused of sexually assaulting a 10-year-old girl Sunday night.

      "There was a bunch of police cars and the lady was crying and everything," one neighbor said.

      "There was a helicopter going around here for maybe like 15, 20 minutes," another said.

      Neighbors described the manhunt Sunday night that ended in an arrest. Twenty-nine-year-old Gabriel Cardona was arrested. He's accused of sexually assaulting a 10-year-old girl in her home near 35th and L.

      Police said the girl's mother walked in on him. Then, neighbors said, he took off. They immediately began searching for him.

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    • Draft DHS report calls for long-term surveillance of Sunni Muslim immigrants
      A Department of Homeland Security draft report from late January called on authorities to continuously vet Sunni Muslim immigrants deemed to have "at-risk" demographic profiles.

      The draft report, a copy of which was obtained by Foreign Policy, looks at 25 terrorist attacks in the United States between October 2001 and December 2017, concluding there would be "great value for the United States Government in dedicating resources to continuously evaluate persons of interest" and suggesting that immigrants to the United States be tracked on a "long-term basis."

      If the report's recommendations were implemented, it would represent a vast expansion of the Trump administration's policies aimed at many Muslim immigrants, extending vetting from those trying to enter the United States to those already legally in the country, including permanent residents.

      The report was produced at the request of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Commissioner Kevin McAleenan on Jan. 22, according to internal DHS correspondence reviewed by FP. The purpose of the report, the document says, is to "inform United States foreign visitor screening, immigrant vetting and on-going evaluations of United States-based individuals who might have a higher risk of becoming radicalized and conducting a violent attack."

      In the report, CBP identifies a broad swath of Sunni Muslim residents as being potentially "vulnerable to terrorist narratives," based on a set of risk indicators, such as being young, male, and having national origins in "the Middle East, South Asia or Africa."

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    • > 02/07/2018 09:46 AM : .
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    • Italy: The election of fear
      Italians are more afraid of far-right incompetence than immigrants.

      The sequence of events is stunning. On January 31, an 18-year-old Italian woman was found dead, her dismembered body hidden in two suitcases near Macerata. A Nigerian pusher with an expired residence permit was quickly arrested (but accused only of concealing the body, not of murder, of which he is clearly innocent). Three days later, a candidate for the right-wing Northern League was arrested after wounding six African immigrants in a two-hour shooting spree in the streets of the small, usually quiet city.

      Being embarrassed, the League's boss Matteo Salvini accused the man of being a failed fascist. Three-time Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, back in politics in spite of being banned from office after a conviction for tax fraud, said a German would have killed 6 and he felt ashamed of his country.

      Italy can't deport 600,000 illegal immigrants like Israel because it's not who we are.

      https://www.politico.eu/article/italy-election-fear-macerata-shooting-migrants-far-right/
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    • > 02/07/2018 08:01 AM : .
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    • ITT: _The consequences of aiding and abetting illegal immigration.
      I can't understand how this is an issue. Use the legal processes to come here or fuck off.

      Please take a look at entry requirements for countries from Turkey to Argentina to various Asian nations.

      Also, look to Mexico's immigration requirements and voter ID laws.

      All countries have a right to defend their borders and engage a thoughtful human capital policy. Most people from the third world reflect why it's the third world.
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    • Donald Trump threatens government shutdown if Congress doesn't fix immigration laws
      https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2018/02/06/trump-threatens-government-shutdown-if-congress-doesnt-fix-immigration-laws/312254002/

      President Trump said he would shut down the government if Congress doesn't fix an immigration system that doesn't allow the government to deport criminal gang members.

      "If we don't change it, let's have a shutdown. It's worth it for our country. I'd love to see a shutdown if we don't get this taken care of," Trump said Tuesday as he met with law enforcement officials to discuss the threat of the MS-13 gang.

      Trump's comments came just four days before Congress faces another deadline to pass a spending bill or shut down the government. The last spending impasse was resolved only after Democrats extracted a promise that Trump and Republicans would negotiate a solution to immigrants who arrived in the United States as children.

      Trump's shutdown threat received immediate pushback even from Rep. Barbara Comstock, R-Va., whose suburban Washington district includes a high percentage of federal government workers and contractors.

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    • White House rejects bipartisan immigration plan
      The White House is dismissing an immigration deal brokered by a bipartisan group of lawmakers as a non-starter just hours before it is expected to be formally introduced in the Senate.

      Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain and Delaware Democratic Sen. Chris Coons are slated to introduce a bill Monday that would grant permanent legal status to young undocumented immigrants who have been in the country since 2013, but it does not address all of the President's stated immigration priorities, like ending family-based immigration categories -- which Republicans call "chain migration". It also does not immediately authorize the $30 billion that Trump is seeking to build the border wall, instead greenlighting a study of border security needs.

      The bill is a companion to a piece of House legislation that has 54 co-sponsors split evenly by party.

      A White House official rebuffed the effort, telling CNN that it takes "a lot of effort" to write up a bill worse than the Graham-Durbin immigration bill, but somehow "this one is worse."

      Trump tweeted about the latest immigration efforts Monday, writing, "Any deal on DACA that does not include STRONG border security and the desperately needed WALL is a total waste of time.

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    • Posted 02/17/2018 03:44 PM
    • Canada's Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says the federal government's multi-year immigration levels plan is on track and $440 million will be committed to ensure its success.

      Hussen provided an update Thursday on Canada's 2018 immigration levels before Parliament's Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration.

      Last November, Canada put aside one-year immigration levels planning in favour of a three-year plan covering 2018 to 2020. The plan calls for a gradual increase in immigration levels over that time, from an overall admissions target of 310,000 in 2018 to 340,000 in 2020.

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    • Posted 02/17/2018 06:00 PM
    • ICE has placed detainers on three restaurant workers charged with sexually assaulting an incapacitated woman in East Rutherford.

      Records show that dishwasher Rene Jimenez, 29, and kitchen helper Emeterio Castelan, 25, are both Mexican citizens sharing an East Rutherford apartment across from the borough post office and a day-care center.

      The third defendant, 20-year-old Luis Tenecela, is an Ecuadoran citizen living in Hackensack.

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    • Posted 02/16/2018 07:46 PM
    • Sara Mohammed Saleem was the first in her family to arrive in Dallas as an Iraqi refugee - two days after Donald Trump was elected president of the country she wanted to call her new home.

      The 26-year-old dentist was bursting with hope and anxiety. By December, her father, Faris Saleh, an electrical engineer, and her teenage brother Mohammed joined her in Dallas.

      But her mother and younger sister, also engineers, remain stuck in the global refugee pipeline. Their plans to migrate to the U.S. have been caught up in President Donald Trump's executive orders temporarily suspending refugee resettlement into the U.S. and later giving greater scrutiny to refugees from countries such as Iraq.

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    • Posted 11/27/2016 07:56 PM
    • You can't just plop people down there," said Peter Scott, career services program manager at Jewish Family Service, who will supervise the new operation.

      And despite fears that refugees from Syria might be a terror threat, "we have not had any pushback from the community," Scott said. "And there's certainly an economic benefit."

      Dyster could not be reached for comment, but Schillinger and Scott said the mayor has been supportive, hoping a refugee influx in Niagara Falls could revitalize neighborhoods and stem falling population, just as it has in Buffalo.

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    • Posted 02/15/2018 06:31 PM
    • Immigrants with past criminal convictions accounted for 74% of all arrests made by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents in fiscal 2017, according to data from the agency. The remainder were classified as "non-criminal" arrestees, including 16% with pending criminal charges and 11% with no known criminal convictions or charges.

      The profile of ICE arrestees has changed considerably in the past eight years: In fiscal 2009, the earliest year with comparable data, immigrants without past criminal convictions accounted for the majority (61%) of those arrested by the agency.

      Overall, the number of ICE arrests decreased sharply during that span, from 297,898 in 2009 (the year President Barack Obama came into office) to 143,470 in 2017 (when President Donald Trump took office). However, last year's total represented a 30% increase from the year before, with most of the increase coming after Trump signed an executive order to step up enforcement.

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